LM-36 Riquelme Tiger S-148-Class missile boats
Ex P-S6149 "Wolf" (Wolf) belongs to the class Tiger S-148 of the German Navy, from generic type Combattante II, built in the shipyards of Cherbourg, France. Some 20 units formed the Flotilla of fast boats of the Navy German, that operated from naval bases adjacent to the Baltic Sea. Upon admission to the service in Germany, the boats were divided according to their capacities in two squadrons, assigning tasks of war of surface and an active participation in Guerra de Minas, always latent danger in these times of tension of the cold war, on stage separating the forces of NATO and its counterpart, the Warsaw Pact.
On 27 August 1997, in the Naval Base of Wilhemshaven, on the shores of the North Sea, Chile's national flag was raised in a ceremony that counted with the presence of the Commander in Chief of the Navy, Admiral Jorge Martínez Busch, the excelentisimo Ambassador of Chile in Germany, Roberto Cifuentes, the Commander of the German fleet, Vice Admiral Dirk Hortenthe General Director of the services of the Navy, Vice Admiral Sergio Jarpa Gerhart, the Director of the N.M.W. Dr Dieter Klinlier, the MISMO Detlef Kammholz and Heinz Rammer, added Naval Deputy to the Embassy of Chile in France, Captain of navio Louis Holley de la Maza and the Commander of 3rd Squadron, speedboats, Fragata Mathias Kühler of captain. The transfer to Chile was carried out together with the Lieutenant Orella. BOM aboard the ship "Condock I", of type "Floating Dock", arriving at the Naval de Talcahuano on October 11, 1997, after 39 days of travel.
On 22 September 1998, at the Naval Base in Wilhemshaven, on the shores of the North Sea, Chile's national flag was raisd on Ex P 6160 "Kranich" (crane) in a ceremony that conta in the presence of the Ambassador of Chile in Germany, Ricardo Hormazábal, the General Director of the services of the Navy, Vice Admiral Onofre Torres Colvin, Director of the Material of the German NavyRear Admiral Reinhold Siebert and other German naval authorities. His transfer to Chile was carried out together with the "Lieutenant Uribe" BOM aboard the m/v "Clipper Chyenne", which ended up in the Naval Base of Talcahuano on November 24, 1998.
|LM-37||Orella||1974||1997||Ex P-S6154 "Elster"|
|Displacement, full||265 tons|
|GT (Gross Tonnage)||tons|
|NT (Net Tonnage)||tons|
|Length, O/A||47 meters / 153 feet|
|Length, W/L||meters / feet|
|Length, B/P||meters / feet|
|Max Beam||3.9 meters / feet|
|Draft||2.1 meters / feet|
|Height||meters / feet|
|Number of Main Engine(s)|
|Main Engine builder|
|Main power||12,000 HP.|
|Speed, maximum||36 knots|
|Range||nautical miles at knots|
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